In this Lozano Smith podcast, moderator Sloan Simmons engages with Dr. Daryl Camp, Superintendent of the Riverbank Unified School District, and Lozano Smith Partner Megan Macy, regarding a burgeoning and healthy competition between two separate dual immersion programs operated in Riverbank, one through a dependent charter school and another through in a traditional district school. Their discussion explores how this existing dynamic in Riverbank serves one of the original purposes of the Charter Schools Act, the benefits of this unique situation, and some of the challenges which arose along the way.
Show Notes & References
- Client News Brief: California Court Rules that Charter Schools Generally Cannot Locate Outside of Their Authorizing School District’s Boundaries www.lozanosmith.com/news/cnb/CNB792016.pdf
- Lozano Smith’s Prop 39 Checklist www.lozanosmith.com/docs/resources/Prop_39_Checklist.pdf
- CDE’s Overview of Biliteracy Instructional Programs www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/ip/
For more information on the charter school issues discussed in this podcast, please visit our practice group website at www.lozanosmith.com/charterschools or our podcast website at www.lozanosmith.com/podcast.